Brigham City Carnegie Library

Brigham City Carnegie Library
26 East Forest Street
Brigham City, UT 84302

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Mo - Th, 10 a.m. - 8:50* p.m.
Fr - Sa, 10 a.m. - 5:50* p.m.

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 Literacy Program of Box Elder County

Coordinator: Linda Ashcraft, 435-723-5850

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Beginning ESL

(English as a Second Language)

ESL Classes are now in session until May 12th being taught by Lori Frischknecht with several one on one tutor helpers for this group.

We plan more ESL classes in the fall. We help students improve reading and English skills and provide materials for Citizenship Education.

Stay-on-Track Summer Reading Volunteers Needed!

Literacy is now seeking volunteers for our ‘Stay on Track’ summer reading program. You will need to get a FREE background check at the Police Department and tell them it is to be a tutor. A one to two hour training will be given for prospective tutors June 8th either 10:30-12(noon) or 6:30-8pm. We will give you needed information and help you explore all the games and resources available to make tutoring enjoyable. The 2016 ‘Stay on Track’ summer reading program will begin June 13th and go through August 12th. The tutors and students will meet two times a week for 30 minutes each visit. Students eligible for this program will come from teacher referrals.

Homework Hangout

Parents, does your student need help beating the hairy homework monster?

Each Tuesday


For students grade K-5

Start date September 15th.

Free Homework help available at the Brigham City Library.

We have engaging spelling practice helps, word learning games, and other interesting methods for your young student to master the fundamental concepts of language arts and math. We have trained volunteer tutors to help with individual needs during this afternoon help time that will be organized open house style.

Family Reading Team Time

Schedule your Family Reading Team Time.

Reading is all about family involvement—motivate your children to practice reading just as you have them practice sports.

Volunteers are always needed to help adults, English language learners, and children.

Contact Linda Ashcraft at to find out more about volunteer opportunites in literacy and ESL.





Literacy Book Drive

I recently knew someone on a crusade to help individuals in poverty. They were busy collecting, blankets, clothing and toiletries to donate. A worker at St Ann’s in Ogden told her if you really want to help these people—then volunteer to teach them to read. Then they can get themselves out of poverty.

~ Unknown

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Brigham City Office:

Brigham City Library
26 East Forest Street
Brigham City, Utah 84302


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Coordinator: Linda Ashcraft



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